Price £850,000 - Sold

  • Four bedroomed detached house
  • Potential to extend as desired subject to consent
  • Sought after tree lined road
  • Within striking distance of Reading Railway Station
  • Magnificent and extensive grounds
  • Gated rear access
  • In catchment for outstanding schools
  • No chain

A fantastic opportunity has arisen to acquire this four bedroomed detached house occupying extensive grounds and situated within a sought after tree lined road on the fringes of picturesque South Oxfordshire countryside. The property benefits from bright and spacious accommodation, is presented in good decorative order throughout and our our opinion, offers the potential to extend and improve as desired subject to the usual planning consents being granted. This handsome family home is approached via a sweeping driveway skirted by lawned areas and several established trees which in turn leads to a garage to the side of the property. The rear garden is a magnificent feature enjoying a sunny southerly aspect with a full width terrace leading to an expanse of lawn again, skirted by established trees and foliage. The garden backs directly onto Surley Row therefore affording the potential for development subject to the usual planning consents being granted. To this end, it is our clients intention to have an overage clause within the sale agreement. Barnabas Road is conveniently placed for the outstanding Emmer Green Pre School and Primary School and furthermore, the Highdown Academy and Sixth Form Village. Reading Town Centre and Reading Mainline Railway Station are within striking distance. No ongoing chain.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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